“Let there be light,” and it is seen daily around the world for all to see.
Jesus said, “Come unto me”.
Israel was the chosen nation, but did not accept the Son of God as the promised Messiah. Only a few believers stood by Him and took the message on to others.
The words God spoke became reality. Notice, when light appears the darkness moves back. Conditioning is sometimes needed for the light to turn on.
A man named Saul had a great résumé according to mans measure. He was a religious man of that day. He was delivering believers to be punished for believing in Jesus, but received conditioning on the Damascus road. A total reconciliation took place. Saul became known as Paul an apostle of Jesus Christ by the will of God, according to II Timothy 1: verse 1, Eph. I: I, Col. 1: 1.
He was given a message to the nations; to the whole world.
Read, Ephesians and Colossians. The book of John tells of salvation, and eternal life. The books of Ephesians and Colossians
tell of maturity, on to become adopted sons of God.
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